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>>> i'm carol costello. thank you so much for joining me today. cnn news room continues right now with christine romans you have to get that done as well. jackie, tell me why somebody should bring they're car here to the ford dealership for service instead of any one of those other places out there. they are going to take care of my car because this is where it came from. price is right no problem, they make you feel like you're a family. get a synthetic blend oil change, tire rotation and much more, $29.95 after $10.00 rebate. if you take care of your car your car will take care of you. . >>> hello, everybody. i'm christine romans in for ashleigh banfield. the blade runner walks for now. a bombshell ruling in an announcement from pretoria. she swirms and tries to stick to her story. jodi arias. >>> two days away from historic daytona 500 danica patrick is on a roll. >>> oscar pistorius is getting out on bail. the blade runner will walk out of a courthouse today after days of uncertainty. his bond has been set the 1 million rand. about $100,000. he can't return to his house and mu
to my cnn producer, diane mccarthy who was in court today. we were outside doing lives all day. she was describing he looks gaunt, withdrawn, isolated. many of the journalists and observers in court and i noticed yesterday when i was in court, he looks aged. his hair seems to be going grayer and he lost weight. we know he hasn't been eating a lot. this is a man coming to terms and the consequences of what he did on valentine's day morning. >> thank you so much. cnn tonight conflicting evidence, tearful admissions, shocking twists. this murder case has sparked worldwide intrigue and debate. whose story do you believe? watch ac 360, blade runner, murder or mistake. >>> a dispratt search is under way for the person or persons responsible for a shooting and a fiery six vehicle wreck yesterday on the las vegas strip. two people died inside this fire ball. one was 62-year-old cab driver michael bolden, his passenger also dead. the taxi burst into flames when it was struck by a maserati apparently fleeing from a range rover which set off a violent reaction. here's what police think happene
enhancing those cinematic moments that soar into movie history. ♪ >> reporter: kyung lah, cnn, los angeles. ♪ >>> i love this. the harlem shake number one on billboard's top 100 music charts. the dance craze going viral online. number one since billboard added youtube video views to its formula for ranking the top 100 songs in the country. they released the song last year. recently skyrocketed to viral video fame. ♪ the harlem shake ♪ >> cnn couldn't resist getting in on the harlem shake action, doing our own little harlem shake video earlier in the week. there you go. that's what i'm talking about. i don't know. hey, i missed that opportunity. you and i will have to do it over the weekend, fredricka. >> although i've been kind of under a rock. i didn't know about the harlem shake until recently. now i'm onboard. >> it's all right. it's pretty simple. you can do it. have a great day. >>> hello, everyone. i'm fredricka in for brooke baldwin. the news starts right now. just in to cnn, the fallout from that explosive doping confession continues for disgraced cyclist lance armstrong. he
faces charges of murdering his girlfriend on valentine's day. cnn's robyn curnow is joining us. update our viewers, robin. >> reporter: hi there. thanks for having me. can you believe it, it's only eight days ago that oscar pistorius admitted to shooting his girlfriend on valentine's day. it's been such a roller coaster ride for all of us watching this tragedy, slowly learning about all of these new details and one part of the story which is certainly not over did come to some conclusion today as os star pistorius walked out of court and is spending the night at a family home. take a look at this. a media frenzy on a road at rush hour. cameras trying to see what's behind the tinted window of the silver land rover, a glimpse of oscar pistorius sitting quietly in the back seat. that over there is oscar pistorius driving to freedom. he's just got bail and he's driving off down this street. in court this morning, the gold medal winner accused of killing his girlfriend was gaunt, motional, with no idea whether he would be granted bail. following final arguments, there was live audio transmi
long before i need to head home. >> he might be the next one moving back home. tom foreman, cnn, washington. >> that does it for this edition of "360." thanks for watching. "early start" begins right now. >>> that does it for this edition of "360." thanks for watching. "early start" begins right now. >>> happening right now, the decision on bail for oscar pistorius will happen just hours from now. will the olympian accused of killing his model girlfriend be free freed on bail? >>> shootout on the las vegas strip. police this morning on the hunt for the gunmen who left three dead in a hail of bullets and a fiery crash in front of some really terrified tourists. >>> going nowhere. national guard troops searching for stranded drivers in the midwest. snow, sleet, freezing rain could spell dangerous driving conditions for a massive portion of the country. look at that. >> wow! >> good morning. i'm christine romans in for john berman today. >> i'm zoraida sam bbowlin. it is friday, february 22nd. >>> we have learned that at 7:30 this morning, oscar pistorius will learn the decision in
>> cnn couldn't resist getting in on the harlem shake action, doing our own little harlem shake video earlier in the week. there you go. that's what i'm talking about. i don't know. hey, i missed that opportunity. you and i will have to do it over the weekend, fredricka. >> although i've been kind of under a rock. i didn't know about the harlem shake until recently. now i'm onboard. >> it's all right. it's pretty simple. you can do it. have a great day. >>> hello, everyone. i'm fredricka in for brooke baldwin. the news starts right now. just in to cnn, the fallout from that explosive doping confession continues for disgraced cyclist lance armstrong. he now faces a powerful new adversary, the united states government. cnn has just learned the department of justice is suing armstrong. ed, bring us up to date on all this, this dates back to when lance was riding alongside floyd landis with the u.s. postal service team, and then he comes out with this confession, et cetera, and now this pursuit by the justice department. >> reporter: several years ago that former teammate, floyd lan
. >> no so giant. >> reporter: jeanne moos, cnn, new york. >> that's it for us. "erin burnett outfront" starts right now. >>> "outfront" next, we're just eight days away from forced spending cuts that have been called deep and dangerous. so why is all we're hearing is blame? >>> and as the world gets ready for a new pope, is the church using a cemetery to hide money from abuse victims? >>> and new information about the body found inside a hotel water tower. we have the video that that hotel does not want you to see. >>> let's go "outfront." >>> good evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett. "outfront" tonight, hurting the poor because washington has no courage. again today, all we heard was blame when it comes to the forced spending cuts to take effect in eight days. president obama made some talk radio appearances. >> whether or not we can move republicans at this point to do the right thing is what we're still trying to gauge. >> now, he's called the cuts severe and brutal. house speaker john boehner, guess what, completely agrees with that. he's called them deep and dangerous, but they'r
in the lives of others, go to cnnheros.com. nominate a cnn hero. thanks for watching. tune in tomorrow morning for your bottom line. that and he my show at 9:30. newsroom international is next. >>> welcome to newsroom international. >> happy friday. >> this hour we're taking you around the world in 60 minutes. we begin of course in south africa. oscar pistorius getting bail. t stay right here, we'll be live from pretoria in just a minute. >>> and a snowstorm putting tens of millions of people in a deep freeze. we'll take you to one of the hardest hit states and tell you where the storm is headed next. first of all, though, a major development in the oscar pistorius murder case. the olympic track star no longer in jail. he's left the court already. >> so there are some conditions, how far. the magistrate said bail at $1 million, so that's about $112,000. he can't go back to his house. he has to hand over his passport as well as ghuns. and he's prohibited from drinking alcohol while out on bail. >> also has to report to police twice a week. let's go to restore i can't and nic robertson standing
and this is breaking news in to cnn that bail has been set and the amount is $28,500, so this is the bail that we know that oscar pistorius -- $250,000 is the amount. hold on while i turn to jeff toobin for a little bit of analys analysis. $28,500 u.s. equivalent of rand is not a high bail. >> it's not a lot but once the judge made up his mind that oscar pistorius is so famous and so tied to south africa that there is basically no way for him to flee, and that he's going to surrender all his travel documents and his passport, the amount is actually not all that significant. this is not obviously a lot of money even in south africa, but i think what's really important about this case is his ties to the community, his personal situation rather than the dollar amount of bail. >> what's been, andrew, the fallout from this case in sort of the bigger picture? one of the things we know that the defense team has been positioning there's this culture of fear and that somebody who is famous would be likely and expected to be fearful. that's what oscar pistorius is sort of describing as he explains what he did t
, remember something too, part of what you see when you turn on cnn or other stations are people in america projecting their cultural kind of assumptions on to south africa. i saw somebody the other night, may have been on this show say, well, he didn't call 911, which factually was not correct. they have something there. but the person he would have called is perfectly normal according to people i know in south africa, is who you would call. so it is not the american system. but i think this guy has a pretty good defense, based on what i talked to, people in south africa, his kind of paranoia, his fear of crime, i don't think that's something that is so outlandish. >> mark, let me ask you, the prosecutor has been trying to portray pistorius as a flight risk. the fact that he doesn't recognize his crime, the idea that he is prone to violence. do you think that a solid argument against bail? >> no, i think the opposite. i think what the magistrate replied, is why wouldn't he have every incentive in the world to clear his name. and he's got a very able defense team. i think that's very compel
that point. >> except remember something too. part of what you see when you turn on cnn or other stations are people in america projecting their cultural kind of assumptions onto south africa. i -- i saw somebody the other night, may have been on this show, saying, wait, he didn't call 911, which factually was not correct. they have something there. but that isn't the person he would have called is perfectly normal according to people i know in south africa for who you would call. i agree with you, it's not the american system, but you -- i think this guy has a pretty good defense based on what i talked to people in south africa, his kind of paranoia, his fear of crime. i don't think that's something so outlandish. >> the prosecutor has really been trying to portray pistorius as a flight risk, his unwillingness to recognize his crime heightens the flight ris.? do you agree with that? >> why wouldn't he have every incentive in the world to clear his name? he has an able defense team. i think that's very compelling. i think he will get bail. i'll be crazy and make the prediction. >> as i un
term, a new poll shows president obama has the majority of the country's support. according to a cnn poll, 52% approve of how he is handling his job as president 43% disapprove. the poll is an average of four national surveys of the president's approval rating conducted over the last eight days. >>> tonight, a winter storm blasting much of the united states again. the last thing people want or need is more bad weather, but, residents in 20 states are bracing for another hit. as kron4 shows you, it's even snowing in the desert. >> you don't see this every day, or almost any day for that matter. snow in tucson, arizona, and st. louis officials are warning people to prepare for the worst. >> the biggest problem is, they come in with avengeance. when it starts, it is going to cover up quickly. our visibility is going to go away. the important part is to hunker down somewhere. >> missouri's governor declared a state of emergency. flights are being canceled at airports across the midwest, leaving some people with an unplanned stay in a snowy state. >> our luggage is already in nashvill
of the country's support. according to cnn, 52 percent approve of how he is handling his job as president. 43 percent disapprove. the poll is an average of four national surveys of the press of a proven ready, conducted over the past eight days. >> president obama is welcoming japan's new prime minister to the white house. the two leaders are expected later today an oval office to reinforce their longstanding alliance at a time of high tension that supply and japan signed a territorial dispute and north korean nuclear test. the new prime ministers as the is in favor of stronger relations with washington. that is something that is key to america's policy in asia. a judge has sentenced drew peterson to 30 years in prison for murder of his third wife. the former chicago police officer gained national attention after his fourth wife a bad as in 2007. he is convicted of kathleen savio's 2004 death. her body was found in a bathtub at a home with a gash on her head. peterson is also a suspect in the disappearance of his fourth wife but hasn't been charged with that. he shot the court room by shoutin
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by cnn. some of the misdeeds of listed included an employee you hit a recording device in a supervisor's -- who hid a recording device and a supervisor's office and a supervisor who repeatedly committed check fraud. in each case, the penalty was dismissal. >> we have seen a rash of sext ing cases and people misusing their blackberries. we were hoping that getting the message out would teach people that you cannot do this stuff. >> while the release of the report is embarrassing, the fbi actually has one of the lowest rates of misconduct at any federal agency and lower rates than the private sector. but look of these cases that did not lead to dismissal. one employee was charged with assault and battery. that employee got a 45-day suspension. another employee female nude photographs of herself to her ex-boyfriend wife. when she failed to seize contact, her penalty was a 10 day suspension. as we said the fbi has lower rates of bad behavior d. and other federal agencies and the private sector, -- than other federal agencies and the private sector, but given the nature of the work they do,
covered from all angles. erin pike is in wichita and jennifer delgado in the cnn weather center. erin, let's start with you. >> it is freezing here. a lot colder than yesterday. 14 degrees, and here in wichita, they got the second highest snowfall in recorded history. 14.2 inches, so because of that, lots of school districts remain closed. yesterday, wichita was a ghost town. trying to dig out today. most of the flights out of kansas city international airport are canceled this morning until 9:00 central. the airport is open, though, as you mentioned, and flights look to be on time throughout the afternoon. we'll keep monitoring that for you. the wichita and st. louis airports are also open. dozens of cancelations, so viewers traveling to and from those areas need to pay attention. the roads very icy, officialed wa want people to stay off the roads if they can. >> thank you, erin. jennifer gel de jennifer delgado. >> for areas in wichita, parts of missouri, they will be try. this is what's left of the storm system, producing light system, we're not talking about more than two inches. louis
there was the ag marketing service administrator -- we changed the grades of swiss cheese. i was a cnn sensation. everybody making fun of me because we were changing the size of the eyes of the cheese, the highest standard. it became of the story of a government run amok. anyhow, it was very important because it helped with the slicing machines and it helped the swiss cheese industry. i am still proud of that one. anyway, these grade standards are things we work in collaboration with the industry. we are always anxious for industries to come up with innovations in the standards that will help oversee. that is a partnership, one of 's, we areschle's p always work a lot. >> i would just add that in order for partnerships to work, there has to be a constructive conversation. unfortunately, all too often, folks will be encouraging conflict instead of collaboration. and so, yesterday i had a great conversation with leaders in the organic world who were basically making the case that organics are different than general commodities. and because they are different, the systems that we have at usda where
keeping the f.b.i. busy. cnn reports that the f.b.i. now is cracking down on sexting among their employees, the assistant director admits there are cases of employees using government-issued smartphones to send racy text and nude photos and a memo is going around reminding employees their phones are for official use only. >> google's latest is now on the market. check it out, this is the new pixel with a laptop with a touch screen starting at $1,300 and is designed to compete with laptops by apple and microsoft but with touch screen features so it is a combination. >> you get a flashback scene of the bus stuck in the snow? >> a lot of friends in kansas city and st. louis, we were talking to i'm other on facebook and i was laughing. now, what is going on outside -- no, i felt for them but they had a snow day yesterday and today the kids are getting an extended weekend. i remember those thunder snows, it is so common. just so quiet when it snows, just amazing. and you hear a clap of thunder and a blue flash? you get a chance, you need to experience that. live doppler 7 hd showing it is clear
jimmy carter told cnn's piers morgan that the president thanked his grandson, who is a political opposition researcher. james reportedly was the go between in were iing mother jones with the new infamous tape. here's what carter, the former president had to say about it. >> when james went to meet president obama, president obama ran across the room, embraced him and thanked him. >> basically, carter won obama the election. >> i think so. that's kind of a prejudice. >> kind of. >> he said seriously that the 47% tape was a pivotal moment for the obama relocation campaign, which both campaigns acknowledge. up next, the minority report, we're bringing back the touch screen, taking a dive into a mystery, why are latinos losing in latino districts. you're watching the "the daily rundown." for access to one of the top wealth management firms in the country. for a team of financial professionals who provide customized solutions. for all of your wealth management and retirement goals, discover how pnc wealth management can help you achieve. visit pnc.com/wealthsolutions to find out more.
, in the newsroom. >> i am shocked we don't have a decision. it is 6:00 a.m. and cnn reports that court in south africa closes at 6:00 a.m. our time and they do not stay late. so, in the next two seconds we should find out if they are changing the rules and staying late or if this hearing is going to be continued another day into a 5th day. the judge if this case talking for 90 minutes straight right now, rehashing witness testimony, rehashing the strength of every witness, going back-and-forth between both sides of the case, the prosecution and the defense. you are looking at live pictures outside of the courthouse right now and this is how it has looked all morning, photographers and news crews, waiting for simple words, bail or not for oscar pistorius, and it may not happen this morning as it turns out, our abc news legal analyst tweeting all morning this is unnecessary and very surprising and the entire newsroom here hanging on every word, and i know it is nut just us, it is journalists world wide, those who are in the courtroom, those who are listening, because twitter is blowing up at this
at the fact that when you look at the movie, "argo," in an interview cnn, former president jimmy carter said "argo" is accurate enough. let me play for you what former president carter said. >> 90% of the contributions to the ideas and consummation of the plan was canadian. and the movie gives almost full credit to the american cia. when i left office, i ordained that we would not reveal any american involvement in the process, but to give the canadians full credit for the entire heroic episode, that prevailed for a number of years afterwards. but i think it is a great film and it tells a dramatic story and i think it is accurate enough. >> to be a great film, does it have to be accurate? don't some of the films take on history? >> does it have to be accurate to be a great film? no. do some of them take liberties with history? absolutely. hollywood does dramatization, we all know that. but when they take the artistic license we are talk about to the service of emotional truth, makes you feel like it is very difficult to get out of iran. i have no problem with that. what django does, it makes
it was later announced? >> they learned about from cnn. even more important for the way this issue played out was that the cia was not informed about it. what has characterized this project for its entire history has been conflict between cia and department of defense over the access to evidence. and given what later happened with the cia and a seconand a st prison, from my reporting and talking to cia officials, they were quite comfortable with the existing pre 9/11 setup here in new york and southern district york, very expressed prosecutors and judges that deal with sensitive cases. the cia has worked with them for years and comfortable they could handle important classified evidence and still get their trials under way. the cia had no involvement in setting up military commissions, did not know the military officers involved and did not have a high regard for a bunch of unknown mid-level people, reservists, and so forth, and was very an corporative with military commissions all the way -- uncooperative with military commissions all the way. they did not want to know what evidence there wa
equal marriage in an interview on cnn three years ago, but here? yesterday said they did not give permission to use that piece of audio and asked that the ad be taken down. >> bill: you know, i don't understand that. >> gee, what courage on her part. it features obama president obama, dick cheney and colin powell. so what the hell, laura? get off of your high horse. you are for it or you are not. if you are, and we know she is then big deal. >> right. >> a tim teboyw is trying to stay out of controversy. he has cancelled appear appearance at a baptist church, set to speak to the 11,000 member of congregation but said new information has come to light which the forced him to change plans. that might be the fact the church is led by robert jeffries who has preached against homo sexuality, against israel and mormonism >> bill: i think he ought to focus on his football career. he disappeared. >> a tough time for american idol could not show business 411 has analyzed ratings. this past wednesday night was the lowest rated wednesday broadcast since 2
of swiss cheese and as the cnn sensation, run making fun of me because we were changing for the highest standard. it became the story of government run amok. anyhow, it is very important because it helps with the slicing machines and the swiss cheese industry. i'm so proud of that one. anyhow, the standards are things we work in collaboration with industry and so we are always anxious for industry to come up with innovations in standards that we help oversee. so that is a partnership, though we are always working on. >> i would just add, in order for partnerships to work, there has to be a constructive conversation and unfortunately, all too often, folks will be encouraging conflict instead of collaboration. and so, yesterday i had a great conversation with leaders in the organic world who are basically making the case that her can ask are different than general commodities. and because they are different, the systems we have the usda, where we try to apply insurance regulatory systems may not recognize the uniqueness of her can ask and that we really need to be thinking differently in
later, you're watching on cnn another shooting that took place in up -- upstate new york. what was your reaction to that? guest: that was almost two years after the shot -- after the shooting i had been involved in. i have learned a great deal about how the situation i was involved in king to be. how the school knew the student, the mental health policies, and gun policies, how this person was allowed to buy a gun, despite having the federal record that prohibited them from doing so. he had a mental adjudication. i had not seen other shootings. i cannot watch them. -- had not watched them. i cannot turn away. i watched the news unfold and i thought, this is how the whole world saw what happened to me. now i am seeing it happen to somebody else. yet, we change nothing. there have been no progressions in terms of gun policy or mental health policy. what gives? the end of that day was my pivot point. at that point, i said, look, i have to do whatever i can to address this issue. i became involved with the british campaign and have been involved ever since. -- the brady campaign and have be
of years later you were watching on cnn another shooting that took place in upstate new york in bloomington. what did you see, and what was your reaction to that? >> guest: it was april 3rd, 2009, almost two years after the shooting that i had been involved in. and i learned a great deal during that two-year time about how the situation i was involved in came to be. the school policies and the mental health policies and gun policies, how this person was allowed to buy a gun and despite having a record that prevented them from doing so they had a mental it to the occasion. i hadn't seen other shootings. i couldn't watch them up until that point but just how i kind of naturally turn on the tv that morning and saw the tv break i couldn't turn away. i sat there and i watched the news unfold throughout the course of the day and i thought this is how the whole world saw me and yet we change nothing. yet there was no policy on non-policy and mental health policy and i kept hearing that. what gives, and finally the was the end of that day, kind of my tipping point i have to deliver i can to address
. host: you then graduated and a couple of years later, you are watching on cnn another shooting that took place in upstate new york and what was your reaction to that? guest: april 3, 2009, almost two years after the shooting i had been involved and i learned how this situation i was involved with came to be, the school policies and how the school knew the student and how this person was allowed to buy a gun despite having a federal record that prohibited him from doing so. he had a mental ajudication. i couldn't watch other shootings up to that point but how i turned on the tv that morning and saw the story break, i couldn't turn away and i sat there and watched the news unfold throughout the course of the day and thought this is how the whole world saw it happen to me and now it happened to someone else. and we changed nothing. there have been no substantive progress in terms of gun policy and mental health policy and what gives. the end of that day was my tipping point and at that point i said i have to do whatever i can to address this issue and reduce the likelihood of what
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